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Re: Fascism on the march
« Reply #60 on: July 06, 2020, 07:14:01 pm »


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Protests in Portland against police violence and systemic racism we held for a 39th consecutive day.

Hundreds and, in some cases, thousands of people have rioted in Portland in nightly riots and demonstrations.

Police have been under legal and political pressure to take a more measured posture in responding to the protests.

Thatís why the protests are not protests, they are riots.

Police twice declared a riot on Saturday, once at 4 a.m. and another later just after 11 p.m. In both cases, police said protesters launched fireworks at buildings including the Justice Center and the nearby Federal Courthouse.

And one case, in particular, was really heartbreaking!

As the investigative journalist, Andy Ngo reported out of things to burn by the Portland federal courthouse, Antifa in downtown have set a homeless personís sofa on fire. It is engulfed in flames by the former elk statue.

http://Protests in Portland against police violence and systemic racism we held for a 39th consecutive day.Hundreds and, in some cases, thousands of people have rioted in Portland in nightly riots and demonstrations.Police have been under legal and political pressure to take a more measured posture in responding to the protests.Thatís why the protests are not protests, they are riots.Police twice declared a riot on Saturday, once at 4 a.m. and another later just after 11 p.m. In both cases, police said protesters launched fireworks at buildings including the Justice Center and the nearby Federal Courthouse.And one case, in particular, was really heartbreaking!As the investigative journalist, Andy Ngo reported out of things to burn by the Portland federal courthouse, Antifa in downtown have set a homeless personís sofa on fire. It is engulfed in flames by the former elk statue.

Re: Fascism on the march
« Reply #61 on: July 10, 2020, 05:57:09 pm »
https://spectator.org/four-stages-of-marxist-takeover-the-accuracy-of-yuri-bezmenov/

by SCOTT MCKAY
July 10, 2020, 12:08 AM

1. Demoralization of a population

2. Destabilization

3. Crisis

4. Normalization


Itís important to understand that this is a revolutionary moment in American history, and it isnít a bad idea to act in ways that would fall under the traditional description of ďaccordingly.Ē

But itís also important to understand that the revolution taking place in America is not yet a ďkineticĒ one. That may come soon, or it may not. The battle taking place presently is a war of information ó or disinformation, as the case may be.

And the revolution is a Marxist revolution. You should make no mistake about that. The groups fomenting it, the intellectuals promoting it, and the money financing it are all quite open about who they are.



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